Main, D.S. (1988) Analysis and adsorption of phosalone on aquatic sediment. Ambleside, UK, Freshwater Biological Association, 54pp.
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Phosalone is a non systematic, wide spectrum organophosphate pesticide which was discovered in 1961 in the laboratories of the Societe des Usines Chimique Rhone-Poulenc in France. It has been approved for commercial use since 1964 in France, in Australia since 1966, in the United Kingdom in 1967 and in many other countries including Japan, Egypt, USSR and the USA. This study provides a full literature review on all aspects of phosalone including its physical, biological and chemical characteristics, and analytical methods of analysis with particular reference to soils/sediments. Furthermore, it aims to develop a method for the determintion of phosalone in aquatic sediments and to determine the adsorption of phosalone onto kaolinite.
|Item Type:||Monograph or Serial issue|
|Title:||Analysis and adsorption of phosalone on aquatic sediment|
|Number of Pages:||54|
|Publisher:||Freshwater Biological Association|
|Place of Publication:||Ambleside, UK|
|Issuing Agency:||Freshwater Biological Association|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Insecticides; Metabolism; Toxicity; Biodegradation; Adsorption|
|Depositing User:||Hardy B Schwamm|
|Date Deposited:||06 May 2011 14:41|
|Last Modified:||29 Sep 2011 15:09|
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